Bin gern und viel in Potsdam und Land Brandenburg unterwegs. Wandernd, genüsslich radelnd, mal allein oder gern auch mit anderen.
🍇a wonderful tour through the Rhineland-Palatinate vineyards. Even if very exhausting in sunshine but also with high humidity. And the slopes are a challenge for me as a lowland Tyrolean. In between times a little too much asphalt, but overall a very nice tour. My hike ended in Nierstein on the Rote Hang, one of the best vineyards here, of course I shopped at the winemaker Heise.Great, the uncomplicated return trip with the S Bahn from Nierstein to Bodenheim. Every 20 minutes and travel time 10 minutes.This also means S Bahn 😅I felt at home with the public transportAnd very ❤Thanks to Biitii 105 for stepping back, and THANKS to MonacoTrail for the support. You both spent a virtual one I had a nice day.
July 17, 2021
One / my favorite round around Potsdam and through Sanssouci, then along the Lindenallee at the new Palais, which was laid out by Lenne in 1769 and forms the extended main axis from the new Palais through Sanssouci. Continue through Golm to Gut Schloss Golm, which is a dream as a wedding location. Therefore, it is also closed on weekends in summer. Otherwise highly recommended. Nattwerder with its cute church and nice rest area, either under the linden tree or 100m further in the direction of Bern. Then the Schlänitzsee gardens soon follow with another nice rest area. Continue along the Paretz Canal back to Potsdam and, as usual, now only along the water. And today the blooming elder smelled so intensely on this tour that it was just fantastic. By the way, about 70% car-free!
June 10, 2021
Did I actually forego the luxury of a company car today to come to Brandenburg on business? I have🙈. It is a wonderful Havel cycle path, mostly car-free on the dike and with a wonderful view of the Havel. But therefore almost without a shady spot. Still nice.
June 6, 2021
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I should have renamed the tour to "Fontane's walks ..." I only realized later when I read something about the ferry house.Wonderful tour in wonderful weather. From the Glienicke bridge always along the water, then soon a beautiful forest path. The detour via Schlänitzsee is totally worthwhile. You should rename the garden colony in "Klein Himmelreich", super beautiful and very well maintained with many benches to rest and look at the water.Then unfortunately a little federal road about 8 km. In Uetz we still looked at what progress the renovation of the fishing and ferry house Uetz is making. A historic building, super nice to look at.Since 1797, when the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III. and his wife Luise Paretz chose as their summer residence, the route to Paretz always led via the Wublitz near Uetz.From Ketzin pure idyll again. Crossed over by ferry and then always on the dike to Phöben. There is a great place to rest on the main road with a view of the Havel and a fish restaurant with a children's playgroundThen again some main road and you should see that you can find the path along the water to the Havel meadows shortly before Werder. Otherwise the tour spoils with a dreary main road.Cross the railway bridge at Werder train station (goes with an e-bike - my first time today) and continue idyllically via Golm-Urnenfeld. Then take the Lindenallee dead straight to the New Palais, through Sanssouci to Potsdam.
May 9, 2021
Today I followed the tour tip from Gimpel and Al73, nice tour with beautiful views of the Zernsee, Göttinsee, the Wublitz, the Sacrow-Paretz Canal, a little Havel. Great views to Grube over beautifully blooming rapeseed fields. Unfortunately I forgot to save the photo. But if you are interested, Gimpel and Al73 on their milk tanking tour are wonderful photos of these rapeseed fields, even with a rainbow, just great.I'll visit the farm cheese dairy on my next tour.
May 8, 2021